The world energy landscape is facing major challenges in the coming years, having to balance two fundamental needs:

  • the growth of energy consumption, deriving from the increase in the population and the global economy and from the need to guarantee universal access to energy for all;
  • the urgency of tackling climate change by acting immediately on all available levers and by accelerating the transition process towards a more sustainable mix.

The energy transition can take place following different paths but the commitment of Governments, also through the identification of clear and homogeneous policies and the evolution of technology, will be key elements to make it possible.

Eni intends to play a decisive role in the path towards a socially equitable energy transition, which responds with concrete and economically sustainable solutions to the challenges of combating climate change and providing access to energy for all in an efficient and sustainable way.

Eni organically combines its industrial plan with the principles of environmental, social and governance sustainability.

Banque Eni shares the ESG policy and the analysis of climate and environmental risks made by Eni S.p.A.

The bank promotes and spreads the ethics of environmental sustainability within the Company by promoting the “green‐office” practices, i.e. making employees aware of how to incorporate behaviors aimed at saving energy and reducing waste into their working habits.